Licania michauxii, commonly called Gopher Apple or Ground Oak, occurs naturally in the sand hills of the southeastern United States. This low growing evergreen perennial is an awesome food source for wildlife...the Gopher Tortoise in particular :) This plant can flower any time of the year but most commonly during the spring and summer. It produces fruit in the fall. It usually stays under a foot tall and forms patches similar to the growing habits of Quercus pumila (Runner Oak).
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